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in oakland after an eight hour police stand off. the s.w.a.t. team surrounded the home on 26th avenue near international boulevard early this morning. in search of the gunman who they say opened fire a few blocks away. six people came out of the house during the stand off by 8:00 this morning the shooting suspect had surrendered. police were alerted to the system after the shooting victims were driven to the hospital. >>> seven men from sacramento county are recooperating tonight. police say the victims were shot as they were leaving a family gathering in the city of galt at around 10:30. witnesses on the scene tell investigators say saw somebody open fire from a passing car. a neighbor says this is not the first time violence has erupted in his neighborhood. >> crazy. we had some incident about five years ago when they had a shooting in the other corner. >> officials say the shooting may have been gang related. all of the victims are expected to survive. >> investigators are looking into whether reckless driving led to a fiery and fatal crash tonight between a motorcyclist and several car
ktvu's jade hernandez live in oakland where that young boy is being treated tonight and she has new information on just where this gunfire came from. >> reporter: hartsfield-jacksoni cs threw that 7-year-old boy to the hospital earlier this evening. we have whopper video of the helicopter arriving as children as hospital. hospital antioch police a the little boy is going to be all right. police are concerned how the shooter wound this boy. investigator say someone fired multiple gunshots into this home around 4:30 this afternoon during a family bbq. the 7-year-old was visiting with his family from out of town. no one else was hurt. investigators say the shooter fired the rounds from an area near the g street over crossing which can be seen from the backyard area. police have not made any arrest, but since thursday, oakland, richmond and now antioch have shyoung children rushed to children's hospital with gunshot wound. for now, antioch police are investigating this particular incident, but the good news is that little boy is going to be all right. >>> a tearful scene in sonar's miss
. a man was shot and killed early this morning in an historic part of oakland just blocks from police headquarters. where the shooting happened and the vehicle involved is what makes this case stand out. ktvu's jade hernandez is live in oakland with more, jade. >> reporter: this is oakland's 17th homicide of the year and police are still looking for two possible suspects in this case. now officers found the victims aston martin right here and the victim in that intersection. >> i don't think you get any closer to the police station in oakland to me. >> reporter: this man is referring to the proximity of this morning's shooting on ninth and clay. it's just a block away from oakland police headquarters. one man died. johnny gross an urban garden business found the usual crowd in the neighborhood. >> it gets really busy when the clubs close the doors. >> reporter: last night -- >> i heard bang, bang, bang. it sounded like guns. >> reporter: sure enough moments later police arrived to find a 37-year-old san francisco man with fatal gunshot wounds. investigators marked a dozen gunshots. t
a hit-and-run in oakland that killed a bicyclists police have now arrested a woman in connection with last night's crash. officers found the victim in the 2600 block of p era lta street at about 10:20. he was pronounced dead at the hospital. according to the oakland tribune the driver returned to the scene a few hours later and police took her into custody. investigators have not yet released the names of either the victim or the driver. >>> we now know the identity of a man killed in a head on crash yesterday morning on highway 54 in sonol. 46-year-old todd sherr was driving east when he crossed a double yellow line and into the path of another vehicle. sherrwood was pronounced dead at the scene. the driver and two passengers in that second car had minor injuries. >>> we have new information about a triple shooting at a san francisco nightclub. police say the shooting early yesterday morning stemmed from an argument inside the 330 rich nightclub not far from at&t park. authorities have determined one man was shot inside the club. another was shot in front of the club and the thi
be reconciled with the house version. >>> oakland police work to crackdown on crime and they are not alone. the outside forces now assisting to keep the streets seattle . >>> we have new developments in the fight to keep the sacramento kings from leaving. sacramento mayor kevin johnson today tweeted that a preliminary deal had been reached to keep the team from moving to seattle. reporter tom duhain is live from sacramento with more on the plan to keep the kings in california. >> reporter: that is right the city manager came here to sacramento city hall to brief reporters on the newly arranged deal. he said it was a milestone reached after a lot of hard work and it will be part of what they hope is a strong package to be presented to the nba owners next month. the city manager said for sacramento the arena deal is about more than basketball. >> i am happy to be able to announce that we have reached an agreement. >> reporter: the city manager says he is very pleased that the team investors would develop, operate and maintain an 18500-seat sports and entertain complex in the downtown plaza.
was killed. live in san jose, maureen naylor, ktvu, channel 2 news. >>> oakland city auditor says two councilmembers broke the law, and aapproximate busessed their power by abusing city contracts. the auditor shows more than a dozen violations. among other things, it accuses them of icing their power to influential the bidding process for the $2 million cleanup at the former oakland army base. >> the law was broken here. so the report, it was not done out in the open. there was undue influential. >> reporter: the auditor says oakland city charter is clear. councilmembers can only set policy and funds. both brooks and reid deny wrongdoing. we have discovered councilmember larry reid is the center of a second investigation. eric rasmussen obtained a report of a private investigator who looked into the issue. >> reporter: urban recycling solutions incorporated had a good deal on the side of the old oakland army base on berma road. civil engineer told us his business partner, and owner of urban recycling paid a long time activist, darrell kerry $1,000 a week to get the city of oakland's c
say harris shot oakland rapper kenneth cherry jr. while cherry was driving his masarotti on the vegas strip. he crashed into a taxi killing cherry, the taxi driver and a man in the cab. harris is a self-described pimp. he is expected to be arraigned next tuesday. >>> officials announced this afternoon when and where a public memorial will take place for the two detectives killed this week on the line of duty. maureen naylor is live with the details on that and new information about the shooting that was revealed today, maureen. >> reporter: here at the blue lagoon bar a fundraiser is just starting to raise money for the fallen officers families. meanwhile the memorial will take place to remember those detectives. the memorial set for next thursday will take here at the kaiser permanente arena. thousands of law enforcement and community members are expected to honor the two officers gunned down on the line of duty on tuesday. >> we have a tough week ahead of us. the lain detectives were shot by the suspect after two minutes of interviewing him through the door. >> he ambushed, taking
oakland. at 10:30, why some residents tell us, it's too late. there's this island -- and it's got super-cute kangaroos. barrow island has got rare kangaroos. ♪ chevron has been developing energy here for decades. we need to protect their environment. we have a strict quarantine system to protect the integrity of the environment. forty years on, it's still a class-a nature reserve. it's our job to look after them. ...it's my job to look after it. ♪ >>> a san francisco bicyclist accused of felony vehicular manslaughter listened quietly today, as witnesses testified, he was biking very fast when he fatally injured a 71-year-old woman. witnesses say he ran a red light before he hit suchi wi. the woman died days later. testimony on the client's speed is unreliable, and they claim pedestrians ignored a don't walk sign. the testimony came in a preliminary hearing to determine if he will stand trial. >>> a convicted sex offender is scheduled to be released into a contra costa neighborhood in the next few days, despite the objections of people in that neighborhood. some are trying to stop th
. heather holmes is live at first congregation church downtown oakland where volunteers mapped out strategy tonight. >> reporter: frank, for the very first time since she was reported missing four days ago we are learning about a sighting and the news brings hope to her friends, many of whom met here tonight at her church. >> help us, find erica. >> reporter: those close to erica, are relying on each other and their faith as another day passes without any word, from the 31-year-old oakland woman. >> no matter what it is god just give us a sign, that she is okay. >> reporter: today, a possible sign, police say after she was reported missing thursday, she was seen in west oakland in good condition and investigators believe she left on her own but wouldn't provide any other information. >> huge relief. i hope it is true. >> reporter: amber is a close friend and has been leading daily searches. >> we are hoping to get the word out. >> reporter: including one this morning at the bart station it is not far from her home or where she was spotted on surveillance camera. footage from a bakery, 34th
day which encourages youth to turn in guns and gang-related item. >>> oakland's police chief told residents that the department's recent crackdown on crime is working. ktvu's jade hernandez tells that the tactics that the chief credit for the crime reduction. >> reporter: inside this church, oakland mayor quan addressed people in an open forum about crime this morning. lo police chief howard jordan says his department has already seen a shift in east oakland shootings dropped nearly 30%, homicide by 42% and he pointed to the arrests, three weeks ago, with help of federal agents of at least 16 people and more than 20 search warrants targeting the east oakland case gang and to maintain this newfound peace on the streets, 38 new police officers from yesterday's first academy graduation in four years. another vital tool the community and its clergy. >> the one strength we have is that they understand what it takes to police the city. >> what is really important is that law enforcement is not standing alone. >> revenue doctorcummings is collaborative with the department for nearly a
on the bart oakland airport connector. roadway is to be closed in a few hours and it will be closed between hegenberger and will be using a crane to move large pieces of connector. a detour will be put into place to help drivers maneuver around the closure. >>> it's our honor to be here tonight. >> an awards ceremony for some big-names in sports and how this celebration will benefit future bay area athletes. >>> going off the cuff, the newly-elected pope francis breaks away from his prepared speech today. the details that he revealed about his new pos. >>barack obama, you lied. >> sarah palin throws jabs at president and uses a big gulp to make a big statement. new at 10:00 numerous professional athletes all came out of one small athletic league in oakland and tonight 1 of the legs from that league were unducted into the first- class of the oakland eight league's hall of fame and patti lee was there to how it not only honored the professionals, but gave back to inspire athletes. >> jamhines, twogume gold medalist and first human to break 10 seconds in the 100 had the meter dash was recog
on schedule. we'll come in and see some yellow in the oakland hills. we'll come in in the north bay and we're looking at rainfall around napa it's pretty heavy right now and the american canyon area by 29. if you head out towards vallejo and martinez. these yellows that's significant rainfall. it's coming down hard and you're having a rough time seeing when you're driving. check out berkeley and oakland. steady rain here with the greens. we are seeing really heavy stuff coming in over the hills right now. as a matter of fact let's put this many motion and we get a feel for the motion of the showers. they're moving off very rapidly out toward the west there. let's take another peek and we'll come in closer. out by 82, sunny vale and santa clara coming down hard. there's more behind it. how is that morning commute going to go and what about those thunderstorms? we'll be back here in 10 minutes with all the details. >>> stale with the 10:00 news as bill mentioned he'll be back at 10:20 with how this storm will affect you tomorrow. and the complete bay area forecast including when the next ro
interview. it took jurors just one day to find george huggins of oakland guilty of murder. united kingdom honk -- jinghong kang was in the area for a job interview with google. >>> extra eyes were on hand to keep an eye out about a meeting about affordable housing in the north bay. continuing coverage now. patty lee joins us live in san rafael, where attendees of that meeting were greeted by protesters. >> reporter: this flyer shows why there is security on hand. even though the issue is affordable housing, what came up tonight were accusations including racism, and classism. dozens of protesters gathered to boycott a town hall meeting, organized by a group called citizen marin. it's an organization that wants decisions about affordable housing in marin to be made by homeowners, because they have the most at stake. protesters tonight called that racist, classist, and nimbist. state requires marin county to build affordable housing to address community growth. much is being revealed. >> it touches on some of the larger issues around. are we a welcoming community around race, around class,
together. >> reporter: collin and his brother will go to children's hospital in oakland for testing and will have a transplant by mid-april. reporting live at sfo tonight, jana katsuyama. >>> the northeast is buzzing tonight with reports of a large meteor streaking across the sky. this comes from a security camera at a car dealer in salisbury maryland about 8:00 p.m. eastern time. sightings were reported from south carolina to kentucky. nasa says it appears it was a single meteor event but hasn't been confirmed as of yesterday. >>> firefighters say they found a bedroom filled with marijuana plants. the fire started near lake merit on tyler and 17th street. fire officials say in addition to the pot plants they found a large bank of batteries in the attic. officials say they weren't sure if the batteries were part of the marijuana grow. >>> an investigation is under way in hayward after five middle school students became ill. ill from possibly eating drug laced brownnies they got in school. we spoke to one man who had to rush his sister to the hospital. >> reporter: as kids walked ou
channel 2 news. >>> new police academy grads hit the streets of oakland another class of hopefuls is stepping into the classroom. today 51 recruits i wanterred for their first class -- entered for their first class they hope to join the officers already on the force of oakland police department. >> i grew up in oakland, went to school in oakland, have family in oakland and i just want to give back to my community. >> with hard work and dedication these officers in training will graduate and hit the streets in 6 months. >>> a single roll over accident in eastern contra costa county left a driver and his passenger dead. a passer by who desperately tried to rescue that pair. >> reporter: it is a two lain highway in the shadow of mount diablo. this stretch of state route 4 was the site of a fatal accident this morning. just before 10:00 a.m. a male driver in a toyota four runner and his female passenger ended up trapped upside down in 4 feet of water. >> the vehicle drifted off the shoulder to the right, crossed through the right shoulder area down into a drainage canal. >> reporter:
not released the age of the other victim, but say he was taken to the hospital. >>> now to oakland where police are investigating a double- homicide. police say they received report of gunshots at apricot and glen hime streets after 4:00 a.m. a man and woman were found in the streets and pronounced dead at the scene. no arrest have been made. this marks oakland's 14th and 15 homicide of the year. >>> the gun buy back in santa clara. there were also several assault weapons turned in for $200. one participant says every gun collected counts. >> one in a hundred might end up in the wrong hands and if you get that one off the street, that is a good thing. >> sheriff official say $114,000 was used during today's event. the event was paid for by public funds from the county. >>> meanwhile solano county is getting ready for its first- ever gun buyback event and right now more than $00,000 has been raised for the program. vallejo police chief told us it's important to keep guns from falling into the wrong hands and be used in a homicide. >> when people have access to guns and when they have access t
things inside the jeep just before the car and baby disappeared. >>> okay -- oakland police want your help for a possible child predator. the man walked into the front of the home and tried to abduct a 9-year-old girl. the man fled in a silver honda. >>> an 8-year-old girl is recovering tonight after surgeons removed an arrow from her leg. someone shot her during a class field trip to berkeley's lawrence hall of science. campus police think the arrow was shot from the neighborhood just north of the complex. the girl was hit just after 10:00 a.m. while playing outside at a whale replica. >> it was an arrow, it was a regular arrow. not a toy, a regular arrow. it was stuck on her leg. it wasn't poking out one side it was just in and stuck in there. >> reporter: investigators are trying to reconstruct the arrows trajectory. it's possible it came from a cross bow. police are canvassing the area to find out if anybody saw anything. >>> we want to show you a live picture of the bridge. you can see the new signature tower in the center of your screen. caltranss tells us 31 giant volts have cr
on wednesday. friends told us that he had been bullied at school. >>> the family of a missing oakland woman is planning a prayer vigil tomorrow in hope of bringing her home. 31-year-old erica maska-leris was seen in oakland on wednesday at a store on 34th street and telegraph avenue. that is where her friends and family plan poto hold a vigil and say maska-leris is in good physical and mental condition, but has had suicidal tendcies in past. >>> new video that highlights those who stood by the side road to pay respect to two slain santa cruz officers. this was taken by a police officer who mounted a camera as he rode along the motorcade for the offer. those who lined the path during thur's further procession and many held sign and other held flag and put their hand on their heart. they were shot and killed on february 26th when they were investigating a sexual assault case. the suspected gunman was killed in a shoot-out with police. >>> hundreds of people received hundred dollar gift card at a begin buyback event in vallejo. organizers say 350 weapons and even a rocket launcher were turned
in oakland say they have seen a huge increase in the amount of graffiti along the 880 corridor just south of downtown. the brand new bart connector has already been tagged in addition to highway ramps, businesses, homes and delivery trucks. >> gotten a little out of hand they are starting to spray paint the curbs now. anything we even made a joke the other day we saw an abandoned couch. >> oakland city councilman says there are plenty of anti vandalism laws on the books but a lack of enforcement and just two city crews to do all the clean up. >>> state officials voted to issue $8.6 billion in bonds for the high speed rail project it is to link northern and southern california with trains. they want to sell $2.5 billion of the bonds construction is set to begin on the first segment in central valley this summer. opponents of the high speed rail project filed a new lawsuit in an effort to stop construction. it argue it is agent is misleading voterthe project is misguided and unfeasible. they claim the project approved in 2008 is drastically different than the one currently in the works. >>>
. >>> a girl was grazed by flying debris in a shooting in east oakland. it was on international boulevard shortly before 5:00 this afternoon. the girl was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. we talked to the girl's grandmother who said her granddaughter was playing outside with a friend when she was hit by the debris. i want to show you cell phone video of the young girl being treated by paramedics. >> just an innocent bystander, and something like this happens. you see it all the time, but when it comes to you personally, it's a great impact. >> another person was shot and taken to the hospital with nonlife threatening injuries. >> in richmond, the family of another child who was shot yesterday said the 1-year-old baby is recovering well. a stray bullet hit the child inside of an apartment. ktvu spoke with the boy's mother and brand father today about the moment it happened. >> reporter: richmond pa recorded the gunfire, 19 shots in less than 6 seconds. listen to what a 2-year-old boy named elijah survived, and then listen to how his mother describes the the moment. >> all i heard
about and celebrate irish culture and history. >>> oakland police have a new strategy to combat crime. it involves dividing the city after five districts. and as ktvu's allie rasmus explains, the police are trying to combat crime. >> oakland has a very diverse community. >> reporter: under a new plan that starts this weekend oakland will be quited into five different police districts each district will have a captain. >> the captains will have the responsibility of targeting their area. it's really neighborhood policing, we're giving commanders a more manageable area with the direction of not only are you going to fight crime but you're going to strengthen the relationship we have with the community. >> i'm really excited about the fact that it's going to bring extra resources. >> reporter: councilman reid says opd has tried a similar strategy with success. >> they decided to based on our resources put the city into two areas now we're going back to the way it was. >> reporter: 40 year oakland resident robertson likes the idea of seeing the same officers, commanders and sergeants ever
to begin at noon. >>> new at 10:00, we now know who will oversee the oakland police department. a federal judge has named thomas fraizer as the compliance director. he will begin march 12. fraizer is a former baltimore police commissioner and spent 28 years with san jose police. he will have broad authority in oakland and can even ask for the police chief to be fired. >>> and noelle walker joins us now. >> reporter: we've seen some picture taking and heard some oohs and aahs over this last dress rehearsal. tomorrow night it's show time. for most of us the bay bridge is transportation, engineering, utility. for artist leo villareal it's a canvas he's painting with the lights. >> i just wanted the bay bridge to shine in the nation's conscious one more time. >> reporter: practice sessions started in january, tonight the artist is hold up in a dark hotel room working on the finishing touches to turn thousands of lights into dancing art. >> if the tests are you know even a portion of what the real thing is going to be. it's going to be good. >> reporter: the installation extends over 1.8 mile
and protest. scott olsen who was critically injured in an occupy oakland spoke out against the war and his two tours of duty. >> eight of the marines in our battalion did not make it home. i did not see a liberated iraq. i saw an occupation. >> reporter: a field organizer with iraq veterans against the war says many of the veterans he works with struggle to get treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder. >> we're pushing the government to overhaul the system and provide more case officers, more help. >> reporter: back in lafayette, people who live near this display are still reflecting on the war and its cost. >> i think the saddest part is the loss of life. >> reporter: according to the founder of this display the sign keeps tally of the more than 6700 u.s. troops who died in iraq and afghanistan. >>> newly revised numbers on california's job growth paint brighter picture than previously thought. the employment development department said 327,000 jobs were created in california last year. that's about 101,000 more than previously reported. the edd also says the state add 1700 new jobs in ja
in oakland's uptown neighborhood. let's hear more about the changes and a new emphasis on safety. >> reporter: it ended about an hour ago but venders have taken down the stands but there's plenty of people still in the area. >> reporter: this band kicked off tonight's live entertainment, people dancing, and glad that the city hasn't lost its rhythm. it's a family-oriented activity and extra security was hired. this boy was shot and killed following last month's first friday event. >> it's been marred by violence lately, and it's unfortunate. when you look at what the city is trying to do to change the image of oakland, you know, this is sort of our calling card. >> reporter: organizers say this event is important to the identity of the city and the culture. >> this is one thing we can do to help the area, and i want to the do more than just the first friday. >> reporter: there is no drinking in public and ending the event an hour earlier at 9:00. first friday covers seven blocks, three blocks less than previous months. the hope is for a smaller, but safer event. at 7:00 and 9:00, organize
's growing optimism about hiring. and stock in oakland's pandora media saw shares jump 19% in afterhours trading. pandora's ceo made an announce. joe kennedy said he is stepping down when a replacement is found. >>> i'll be tracking rain over the next 24 hours. >>> in 90 seconds, homeless at a south bay encampment have hours to clear out. we're asking how police are going to try to prevent any trouble. >> talk about brazen, what we're learning about the stunning drug bust at a bay area airport. medications? i don't know. last immunization shots? really? honey, what's my blood pressure medicine called? one time i took something and i blew up like a puffer fish. i'm probably allergic to that. at kaiser permanente, your medical information is available to you and your doctors. quickly. securely. no guesswork required. better information. better care. kaiserpermanente. thrive. >>> time is running out for occupants of a large homeless encampment in san jose. the 120 people now living there have been told to move by morning or be forced out. ktvu's patti lee is at that encampment near downtown
news. >>> oakland police today released some frightening surveillance video of a robbery as it was happening. police say this armed robbery happened recently, you can hear the victim pleading for her life. officers have arrested two suspects in the case now. police say their numbers of this gang are growing. oakland police say officers took at least 16 members of a known gang into custody. and chief howard jordan called it the most violent group he's seen in 25 years of policing. he also said members are locked in a deadly feud with another gang. >> the motive was really wasn't your traditional motive. it wasn't for money, it wasn't for turf war it was basically they hated the other gang. >> officers say they served 30 warrants this morning making 28 arrests. >>> new numbers released today paint a much rosier pickture -- picture of the job market. maureen naylor is live with what's behind the boost and the impact already felt here in the bay area, maureen. >> reporter: julie for the story behind those new unemployment numbers look no further than right here willow bend an
's crime sweep in oakland. police tell us they arrested 17 people as part of the violence reduction program known as operation cease-fire. police believe most were gang members. those arrested are between 18 and 35 years old. most face charges related to having or using a gun as well as conspiracy to commit a crime. >>> fire investigators in antioch are trying to determine the cause of a house fire later today. it happened at h, and 4th streets just before 5:30 this evening. firefighters arrived to find smoke and flames pouring out of the victorian home. they said the fire started in a rear bedroom. the sole resident wasn't there at the time of the home. damage is estimated at $200,000. >>> in solano county, investigators stopped fires burning along red top road in fairfield. there were no injuries reported. authorities did search a nearby hillside, but were not able to find a shirtless man who was reportedly seen holding a gas can right after the fire started. >>> musicians with the san francisco symphony are on strike today. they walked off the job today in a contract dispute over salary
placed on leave during the investigation. >>> developing news from east oakland tonight. police are investigating a double shooting on a busy corner of international boulevard. it happened about 90 minutes ago, just before 8:30, at 65th and international. police say two men were taken to the hospital. both are in stable condition. so far, we don't know about a motive. we did see officers canvassing the area for withins. they say they plan to check surveillance cameras for any additional evidence. the already high price tag of the new bay bridge is about to soar again after a safety inspection reviewed a major problem involving broken bolts. healther holements is live with the estimated cost of repairs, and what caltrain is saying about the opening of the bridge. >> reporter: ken, you can add 1 to $5 million to the cost of what is already the most expensive public works project in state history. officials have less than 6 months to try to fix this problem. take a look at the troubled issue discovered on the eastern span of the bridge. this is one of more than a dozen giant bolts
in a day or two. reporting live here in oakland, amber lee, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> now to palo alto where dozens of people joined the national day of action this evening with a call for tougher gun control laws. similar marchs were held across the country it's now been 100 days since the school massacre in newtown connecticut and efforts to expand background checks have stalled on capitol hill. >>> president obama's call on gun control as he stood with families who lost loved ones to gun violence. >>> the action had happened about 10:30 this morning on davis road. the truck caught fire, the highway patrol says the driver claimed he had been eating, choked on his food and passed out. the two people in that bmw were killed. >>> caltrans says it is working on a fix for those broken bolts or rods on the new eastern span of the bay bridge. we've been telling you how at least 31 of those massive bolts snapped after being tightened recently. today two engineering experts told us the bolts can be fixed but that it is going to be costly and difficult. the problem seems to involve a weakness in the
as temperatures right now beginning to cool off as we would expect for this time of day. san jose 50, oakland 52 and half-moon bay currently 50 degrees. forecast headlines for tonight partly cloudy skies, fog for the coast and for the bay. tomorrow is the morning overcast. clouds becoming partly cloudy into the afternoon hours. tuesday, wednesday we will be tracking more rainfall and temperatures cooling off as well. first thing tomorrow morning, areas of clouds. just be extra careful out there for your monday morning. lots of 40s to start out the day. maybe some cooler locations in the upper 30s. san francisco, low of 47 and san jose 45 degrees. out here in the pacific, here's a change. a weather system developing offshore. no rain drops expected for tomorrow after we had a few sprinkles. tomorrow here we go with the overcast and skies becoming partly cloudy. also a breeze with winds from around 15 to 20 miles per hour. tuesday this system will slowly approach the bay area. that will be the keyword, slowly. north bay rain probably not until after 2:00. better bet closer to 3:00 or 4:00. the sho
is necessary to clear his client's name. it does not specify a dollar amount. the oakland city attorney's office said it could not yet comment. >>> happening now some fiery celebrations under way to mark the persian new year. we shot these pictures in berkeley earlier this evening where several thousand people gathered to take part in the ancient tradition. this is the 14th year that the persian city is held in berkeley. the area has the largest orion community. and it's not just in berkeley where they're celebrating. mat keller is live with what he learned about the celebration. >> reporter: the afterparty is still going on here at the axus nightclub for the largest persian celebration here in the south bay. jumping through fire is one of the highlights of the persian new year celebrations. >> and what do you say when you jump. >> i say -- >> you ask that the goodness of the fire comes to you and the ills of last year stay with the fire. >> reporter: the fire festival brings the iranian community together a week before. >> it's a cultural celebration not religious of the first day of s
! subway. eat fresh. >>> in oakland today a group of accomplished women was honored for contributions to the community. it was the fourth annual powerful women of the bay award and it was held at scott seafood restaurant at jack london square. there were seven nominees including channel and councilwoman rebecca capland. >>> fred is with us tonight. this is not a good time for men's college basketball in the bay area. >> i'm not sure if we have any luck for the ncaa tournament. as a matter of fact cal men's basketball team appeared to have things figure out they won seven straight games but then lost to stanford last week. tonight in vegas they went one and done in the tournament. cal the second seed in the town. cob hits the big three to given the bears the lead with 1.50 left. check out the washington huskies they can't believe it either. they thought they would be facing cal tomorrow but no. 79-69 is your final. the 20-11 bears must now sweat out selection sunday for that large bid to the big tournament. >>> tonight the sharks scored four goals for the first time since january 27. t
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